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victimizing the people with his words. psu assistant coach jerry sandusky showered with the boy in the locker room even though sandusky was never charged, it left a mark on the young man who feels he's being victimized again. jerry sandusky is continuing to talk. he's facing 40 counts of child sexual abuse. in an interview with the "new york times" sandusky maintained his innocence saying his reported horsing around was not of a sexual nature. the attorney for one of the victims said by denying it, it's continuing to victimize the children. >> we're calling on sandusky's lawyer to stop this. stop this effort to manipulate. while he's trying to manipulate public, prospective jurors, he's bringing further abuse on the kids. >> reporter: the attorney represents a 24-year-old man known as victim number six, one of the first cases reported to psu officials and police in 1998. the mother of the young boy went to officials saying sandusky showered with her son naked in the locker room. sandusky said of that meeting, quote, this is how she started. you showered with him? do you shower with other kids
so he felt that he had. prosecutors said jerry sandusky mow lessed children for at least six more years. >>> the fbi said it will now change the definition of rape, this after advocates thought the current description is too specific and only applies to women. the definitions a not been updated since 1929. the new definition includes a wide range of crimes send not gender specific. it will be official sometime next sprik -- spring. >>> this news comes days after a government survey outlines how widespread sexual assault is. one in four said they have been violently attacked by boyfriend or a husband. we have more and why victim advocacy groups say this could still underestimate the problem. it's in the featured story section on abc2news.com. >>> well, most of the first day of the rookie league's hearing at fort meade revolved around the judge. attorneys for private first class bradley manning said the judge should step down. the justice department is currently investigating wikileaks founder julian assange. the court said he believed he was biased but did not immediately make a he
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